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GBC 6 Making strong arguments

Putting it all together in a cohesive form.

This is a review lesson. We will review what we covered in the first five classes to ensure you are making a strong argument.

Introduction: 

For this lesson, prepare an answer to a G.B.C. question you have been asked before in the test. If you have not done the test yet, take one of the questions from the previous lessons.

Warm Up: 

Tell your teacher the question you prepared for, then deliver your answer as you would in the G.B.C. test.

Practice: 

Now try some more questions with your teacher. Your teacher will ask the question. Answer them as you would in the test.

Make sure you give a strong argument, with good evidence to support your claim and sound reasoning to connect your evidence to your claim. Don't forget to make a clear introduction and a powerful conclusion. And remember to expand on your answer and show off your English skills!